de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers

de Lisle Guitar Co. de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers Everything we do is custom, but we also love complete one-off builds. If you have a particular design in mind, we can help. Check out the examples below, and feel free to hit that Submit Inquiry button. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers

de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers
de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers
de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers
de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers
de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers
de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers
de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers
de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers
de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers
de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers
de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers
de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers

de Lisle Custom Shop Amplifiers

Everything we do is custom, but we also love complete one-off builds. If you have a particular design in mind, we can help. Check out the examples below, and feel free to hit that Submit Inquiry button.
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  • Specs

• The de Lisle “Squirrel Nut Zippers” 2×15 Combo
Founding member Jimbo Mathus had us build a one-off 2×15 combo inspired by antique radios. It features a pine cab with a mahogany facia and 50W of power from a tweed Bassman style circuit. Loaded with a pair of Weber 15150A speakers. Full-length concert below:

• The de Lisle “5F11” with 1×15 Extension
A fairly straightforward recreation of the original. Push-pull tone control bypass. Bias adjustments on the rear panel along with an impedance selector and footswitch jack. Mercury Magnetics transformers and Sozo caps were used by request.

• The de Lisle “’59 Bassman” Style with 2×10 Extension
A low watt version of the 5F6A circuit that incorporates our VarioDyne power contorl. Output is linearly variable from <1W to ~20W. We converted the layout to star grounding.

• The de Lisle “‘5E3 Deluxe” Style
Turret board construction, push-pull tone control bypass, star grounding and our VarioDyne circuit. We also added a switch to simulate 5Y3 and GZ34 rectifiers.

• The de Lisle Quadralux Reverb with 1×12 Extension
This amp was commissioned by Tim Baxter of The Gretsch Pages. It’s four amps in one; tweed 5E3 Deluxe, tweed 5F11 Vibrolux, Princeton Reverb and a variation of our Rutgers. Channel switching is accomplished via push-pull knob on the front. Bias method is switchable on the back panel. A Celestion Century Vintage is housed in the extension cab. Now Available Here!